SSC CHSL Tier 1 Result 2019 HIGHLIGHTS: The Staff Selection Commission (SSC) released the result for the Combined Higher Secondary Level Exam (CHSL) 2018 Tier-I exam today – September 12. List of candidates selected for the next round along with the cut-off marks will be available at the official website, ssc.nic.in.
SSC will make the final selection on the basis of Tier I, Tier II and Tier III. Those who qualify the first stage will be allowed to appear for the second stage. The Tier II will have descriptive paper for 100 marks and will be conducted in a pen-and-paper mode for one hour. Those who clear this round can appear for stage III, which includes the skill test or typing test.
Cut-off, merit list, how to check score online: Check HIGHLIGHTS of SSC CHSL Tier I result
How is SSC CHSL cut-offf calculated
Marks scored by candidates in Tier-I will be normalized by using the formula published by the Commission and such normalized scores will be used to determine final merit and cut-off marks
SSC CHSL Tier 1 result to be announced today
The Staff Selection Commission (SSC) will announce the results of the Combined Higher Secondary Level Exam (CHSL) 2018 Tier-I exam on Thursday, September 12. The candidates who appeared in the examinations can check the results through the website- ssc.nic.in
Result delayed to be declared on 7 pm tomorrow
Candidates of Combined Higher Secondary (10 2) Level Examination, 2018 may note that result of the Tier-I Examination, which was to be declared on 11.09.2019 will now be declared on 12.09.2019 after 7 PM positively. Check details here
Skill test only qualifying exam
It is not just tier0I result which will be carried in creating merit. The performance in Tier II would be included for preparing merit. The skill test conducted there after will only be qualifying in nature.
What is CHSL exam
The Staff Selection Commission will hold a competitive examination for recruitment to the posts of Lower Divisional Clerk/ Junior Secretariat Assistant, Postal Assistant/ Sorting Assistant and Data Entry Operators for various Ministries/ Departments/ Offices of the Government of India.
Where was SSC CHSL tier one conducted
The SSC CHSL tier-I exam was conducted across 361 venues across 146 cities and 33 states and UTs.
SSC CHSL tier-II cutoff
The minimum qualifying marks for the SSC CHSL tier-II are 33 per cent. A merit list will be created based on the marks scored. A cut-off based on relative result will be released for the final round.
SSC CHSL tier-II exam pattern
The second stage is the descriptive paper for 100 marks and will be conducted in a pen-and-paper mode for one hour. Those who clear this round can appear for stage three, which includes the skill test or typing test.
Less time for tier-II preparation
Since tier-II exam dates are out for which the admit cards will be released at least 10 days in advance. Candidates do not have long to prepare. Tier II pattern is different from tier-I
CHSL tier II exam dates
The CHSL 2018 tier-II exam will be descriptive and will be conducted on September 29, 2019.
SSC CHSL vacancy
If reports are to be believed, on clearing all the SSC CHSL exam stages, over 5000 candidates will be selected. A total of 5789 vacancies are expected to be filled through this recruitment process.
Over 50% skipped SSC CHSL exam
A total of 29.68 lakh candidates registered for the Combined Higher Secondary Level (CHSL) Examination As per the official release, around 13.17 lakh candidates appeared in the examination. A total of 55.63 per cent did not appear for the recruitment exam. The result for these 13.17 lakh candidates will be released today.
SSC CHSL answer key
The SSC had released a preliminary answer key for the exam. The commission has also announced that candidates who wish to submit a representation may do so from the official website only from July 23 to July 27. The objections will be analysed and a final answer key will be released. No objections will be accepted on the final answer key. The result will also be based on the final answer key - which is yet to be declared
SSC CHSL exam pattern
Candidates will be required to appear for three stages of the selection process. The first stage is the computer-based examination which will be conducted for 200 marks and there will be a negative marking of 0.5 marks for each wrong answer.
SSC CHSL result date and time
The Staff Selection Commission (SSC) conducted the Combined Higher Secondary Level (CHSL) (10+2) tier 1 examination from July 2 to 26 at various centres across the country result for which will be announced today - September 11. While there is no official time but it is expected to be released by late evening.
SSC CHSL result at 9 pm
Lakhs of candidates are awaiting the SSC CHSL result, however, the official website is yet to declare the same. The SSC had earlier said that the result will be released on September 11. If reports are to be belived then the result could be declared 'around 9 pm', however, the officials are yet to confirm the time.
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SSC CGL 2018 tier-II exams begin today
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SSC CHSL salary scale
For the post of LDC and JSA, candidates will get a monthly salary of Rs 5200 to Rs 20,200 in addition to grade pay of Rs 1900. For PA, SA – Rs 5200 to Rs 20,200 in addition to grade pay of Rs 2400 and those hired at the post of DEO will get remuneration in the pay scale of Rs 5200 to Rs 20200 and grade pay of Rs 2400.
SSC CHSL 2017 and not 2018 vacancies announced
The Staff Selection Commission released the state/ zone wise tentative vacancies in posts under various ministries for the Combined Higher Secondary Level recruitment 2017. The candidates who got selected have to submit the option form for preference with their name and roll number. the vacancy details for 2018 exams are yet to be announced.
Posts advertised for SSC CHSL
SSC CHSL examination is held for recruitment of LDC, DEO, postal and sorting assistant and court clerk personnel throughout the country. The selection process consists of three stages: Tier-I (computer-based objective test), Tier-II (descriptive paper) and Tier-III (skill/ typing test).